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About Exeter,PA The name Exeter derives from the ancient city of Exeter in Devon, England. Numerous other places have also been given the same name. In the 1770s, English men, women, and children ( European-Americans) started to settle in the Wyoming Valley of Northeastern Pennsylvania. On July 1, 1778, during the Revolutionary War, Fort Jenkins (a patriot stockade east of present-day Exeter) surrendered to the British (under Major John Butler). It was later burned to the ground.
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